Grateful Dead Live at Go to Heaven Sessions - Betty Cantor's Rough Mixes on 1979-00-00
Go to Heaven Sessions - Betty Cantor's Rough Mixes
t01 - Lost Sailor
t02 - Saint of Circumstance
t03 - Feel Like A Stranger
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Go to Heaven Sessions - Betty Cantor's Rough MixesSource Unknown Studio Recording -> Sonic Solutions -> CDLineage CD -> EAC -> FLACTaped by Betty CantorTransferred by Joe Samaritano
-Part of the KPFA Marathon broadcast on 2/22/2003.
-Thanks to David Gans for the CD.
-Pledge if you can at www.kpfa.org.
April 4, 2013
Actually, meg/gem, these are the actual tracks from the album, just a different mix. Same guitar solo, drum breaks, etc. Brent is all over these recordings, just not his voice.
March 22, 2013
These are inaccurately labeled as "rough mixes" but really constitute studio rehearsals.
These tracks sound vastly better than the original recording due to the absence of Mickey & Brent.
Why did they ever put Mickey back in the band is beyond me. As for Brent the man whom never knew too much playing is also exposed as a player with zero sensibility or taste.
Oddly enough I do not understand why Weir threw away these alternate lyrics for 'Stranger'. The narrative is much better than what he settled on.
November 14, 2010
Worth it for "Lost Sailor"
This track is really good. Better than the released version, in my opinion.
March 24, 2009
Cool little nugget
Who said the Dead could not be a studio band? Lost Sailor is quite good.